Tag Archives: philosophy of mind

WHY DID GÖDEL’S INCOMPLETENESS THEOREM BECOME SO FAMOUS OUTSIDE MATHEMATICS?

This question is actually the reverse of what should be asked about this Theorem: why is it so famous within mathematics? Answers by mathematicians to this question assume their conceptual math problems are at the heart of this Theorem and thus ridicule its application to conceptual problems of formal logical explanations for anything else. This […]

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CODE AND LANGUAGE?

In the simplest of terms, code is not language and language is not code even though informally sometimes it is incorrectly called “computer language”. Neither the computer nor any linked community of computers such as the internet speaks a language; humans represent useful language information in their computer use through code. Language consists of and […]

PRELIMINARY ARGUMENT FOR A HOLISTIC CONCEPT OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND PERCEPTION

We are like sailors who on the open sea must reconstruct their ship but are never able to start afresh from the bottom. Where a beam is taken away a new one must at once be put there, and for this the rest of the ship is used as support. In this way, by using […]

ARGUMENT FOR A HOLISTIC CONCEPT OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND PERCEPTION THROUGH DATA SCIENCE

I.   Prologue / Nature of the Problem.    Replacing mind/body dualism with brain/body dualism for consciousness and perception solves no philosophical or scientific problems but only further convolutes and obscures the problems. If hard sciences such as physics and chemistry can create predictive meanings for their wordgames through fictions or entities (regardless of which they may be) […]